A medieval Saxon settlement nestled in between Transylvanian mountains on three sides, Brasov was founded by Teutonic Knights in 1211 and is one of Europe’s best preserved (and restored) ancient towns, its most famous feature the Biserica Neagra or Black Church is Europe’s largest Gothic Church. The surrounding mountains rise from green fields through forest to bare grey rock providing a good setting for out door adventures it also hosts The Golden Stag Music Festival.
Lara writes about the best places to visit on a Romanian short break.
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